The December meeting of the Pima Independent Sunday Social Hash was at the home of Communicable Disease and Tucson Slew on the east side of Tucson near Park Mall. The hares were CD, Slew, and CD’s grandson NHN Matt. According to CD and Slew NHN Matt planned the trail and did all the work of [...]
We have a couple of woman riders in our group, by which I mean women who ride their own motorcycles, but we’ve never actually seen them on their own bikes. By way of encouraging them I sent links to a cool web site run by women riders, along with a notice about today’s ride, promising [...]
I do not get it. It’s the absolute best time of year to be outdoors, whether hashing or bashing or just walking the dogs, and only three of us showed up for the bash this morning. What the hell, people?
Since Deep Dish, me, and our hare Redheaded Woodpecker were the only ones to show [...]
The Pima Independent Sunday Social Hash House Harriers has officially gone to the dogs: one of the hares had three dogs on trail, Pick’n’Flick and I had two; Communicable Disease and Tucson Slew brought along two more. Some of them even had hash names!
But you’re probably more curious about today’s human hashers, so here’s [...]
Most hashers know the accepted history of the early days of hashing, how the first H3 club was established in Kuala Lumpur in 1938, went inactive during WWII, reformed in 1946, and eventually began to give birth to other chapters. For as long as I’ve been hashing (I started in 1988), hash historians believed Mother’s [...]
A query posted to Facebook’s Hash House Harrier page:
I am thinking of starting a hash house harriers without beer but only vodka and wine. Is this allowed?
Several hashers left comments, most along the lines of “no rules, do what you want,” but a few said that beer should always be present since it [...]
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Okinawa HHH Sticker on Your Car
Safeway parking lot, Tanque Verde & Catalina Hwy
Parked next to your black Ford Fusion at Safeway this morning and saw the Okinawa HHH decal on your rear window. I wanted to move my car so it was in front of [...]
When I lay trail, my inclination has always been to stay away from tricky stuff, to keep things simple. Two, maybe three checks per trail, no more than two BTs per check. And that’s about it. Of course I don’t always honor my own inclinations, and every now and then I’ll lay a checkback.